Get direct access to a multitude of current grant opportunities in a searchable online database.
Small business owners can apply for funding to enhance any aspect of their company.
The program distributes grant funds to HIV/AIDS service organizations, community-based clinics, hospitals and public institutions in Miami-Dade County.
Project P.E.A.C.E. is a 3-year, $1 million grant initiative to improve living conditions in Miami-Dade's South District.
Miami-Dade County provides funding to Community-Based Organizations based on a set of social service priorities.
Competitive grants are awarded to organizations that provide environmental enhancement and education projects within Miami-Dade County.
This initiative will bring awareness to the education and service gaps in our community related to children and youth affected by the opioid epidemic.
The Office of Grants Coordination conducts training and workshops for County departments and Community and Faith-Based Organizations.
See the archive of previous editions of the weekly Grant Mail newsletter.
Archives of proposals and supporting information issued by the Office of Grants Coordination.
A list of trainings, conferences, webinars and workshops for nonprofit organizations in Miami-Dade County. This calendar is a collaborative effort by Miami-Dade County, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and community stakeholders.
Program funds can be used to build community facilities, roads, parks; repair or rehabilitate housing; increase public services to local residents; or fund initiatives that generate or retain jobs.
Incentives and grant opportunities for the TV, film and entertainment industry.
The submission deadline for all Letters of Interest is Wednesday, Oct. 14.
FIU and Miami-Dade County are conducting a survey to understand how the nonprofit sector is managing to operate through COVID-19.
A federal annual allocation of $1.5 trillion hinges on this decennial census data. These key federal programs listed below all use decennial census data to determine its allocations to states and communities. In Florida, these program allocations total over $7.6 billion.
The Grants Coordination Division is responsible for the administration and monitoring of Community-Based Organization (CBO) contracts including the Mom and Pop Business Grants Program; provides training and technical assistance to CBOs; and identifies grant funding opportunities to maximize revenue support to County departments and community organizations.
Additionally, the Division manages and administers grants under the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009; administers the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistant Grant (JAG); identifies and promotes grant and revenue generating opportunities for County initiatives; and provides direct support to the CBO Advisory Board.